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Interested in jewellery and design? Make sure to visit Gallery Four in the Linné neighbourhood. They also show temporary exhibitions.
On October 25, Gothenburg once again celebrates all kinds of culture during the special night known as “Kulturnatta”. Theatres, galleries, libraries, studios and museums stay open until late, offering a wide array of exhibitions and events.
Rum för papper is a paper shop for professionals and curious beginners alike. The shop features all kinds of unique and carefully selected papers, stationary, pens, notebooks and accessories. The owners can also offer advice on everything from paper selection to design and print.
Command a Moon lander, visit Mars, and learn about man in space. Fifty years ago, humankind took the first steps on another celestial body. In our Space exhibition, we journey out into the universe and explore what it’s like to live and travel in space – and ask the question: Where are we in another fifty years?
In September, Åby Arena will be transformed into an inspiring festival area for everything health and fitness. With more than 100 classes and lectures, 40 exhibitors, food trucks and a juice bars,the result is nothing short of a festival for fitness enthusiasts.
At Västergården you can watch as beautiful ceramics is made right infront of you, and then bring some of that home with you! At the Västergården store you'll find unique objects not available through their webshop.
Göteborg Film Festival is the largest film festival in the Nordic countries. Each year the festival’s program group travels around the world to track down choice films to bring back to Göteborg. These films are then presented during the ten-day festival at the end of January, creating a great banquet serving audiences nearly 450 films from some 80 countries.
Konstepidemin is Sweden’s biggest workplace for independent artists.
Njutningsfrämjandet organizes several different activities within food and drink, such as chocolate, wine and cheese tastings, courses in brewery and several city walks about Gothenburg's food history.
In this award-winning building you'll meet the world and experience a mixture of international architecture, contemporary art, seriousness and exciting activities.
The former ship-yard district on the northern banks of the river has been transformed into wide-stretched quays, new residential areas, restaurants, cafés and theatres. Go for a stroll along the water and see some of the newest neighbourhoods in town, while feeling the breeze from the river.
Get ready for an intense week of design in Gothenburg, October 7–13! Gothenburg design festival is an exploration of what design is, if and why it’s significant and for whom. It’s done through a program packed with interesting activities. We’ve picked five favourites but make sure to check the full program so that you don’t miss anything!
In March 2016 the fashion festival Fashion UP! was held on Tredje långatan in Gothenburg. Behind the festival was the fashion store Klädoteket's Sara Habte Selassie and Louise Eriksson, who both want to strike a blow for sustainable fashion.
Are you looking for budget-friendly things to do in Gothenburg? We have listed seven great ways to see the city for next to nothing, including free events and activities as well as sightseeing and day trip options. There are many other budget friendly alternatives as well.
The unique land art installations are open and accessible to everyone. Land Art is a form of art that takes much of its inspiration from the surrounding landscape and uses nature as a source to create installations that are meant to last over a prolonged period of time. This is part of the Gothenburg 400th anniversary.
Right outside Gothenburg's city limits you'll find fun activities and beatiful places to see, for the whole family. Take a trip with someone you like out to the islands or into the countryside.
At Bäx' you'll find both classic and modern pottery, combining function and design. Here you can buy gifts as well as utility articles, hand-thrown and fired in the workshop in the historic Kronhusbodarna, just around the corner from Gustav Adolfs Torg.
Fabriken is located in the district Majorna, a stone's throw from Slottsskogen. In the shop you will find carefully selected second hand items in the form of furniture, furnishings, clothing and accessories from 1900 and onwards.
The shop Floramor & Krukatös is located in a beautiful old building in central Gothenburg. The selection includes a mix of personal home decor, pottery and plants.
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